LEATHERWOOD – It’s been 12 years, and the tractors (and people) are still coming. Tractor Sunday has exploded over the years in our area to the point that I can’t even walk around New Bethlehem without getting asked about this event happening at Leatherwood Church on May 26 beginning at 9 a.m.
NEW BETHLEHEM – An ongoing issue with unpaid sewage bills in Fairmount City has another local utility service asking the Rebank Valley Municipal Authority (RVMA) for help.
HAWTHORN – Students in grades three through six at Redbank Valley Intermediate School gathered in a sea of color in the backyard of the Hawthorn building on Friday, May 17, marking a successful end to the initial year of a new school-wide behavioral program.
RIMERSBURG – Officials with the Southern Clarion County Ambulance Service made an emotional appeal to Rimersburg Borough Council members Monday night, asking for help with an effort to recruit and retain employees for the struggling service.
CLARION – After finishing 2018 more than $100,000 under budget, a statewide statistical report indicates that the Clarion County Jail is one of the most fiscally responsible jails in the commonwealth.
SARAH FURNACE – Proclaiming hope for the future and a celebration of the past, several local and state officials joined hiking and biking enthusiasts Monday morning for a groundbreaking ceremony kicking off the start of the Brady Tunnel renovation project.
CLARION – Local attorney Sara Seidle-Patton is on track to become Clarion County’s first-ever female judge of the Court of Common Pleas as the Clarion-area resident secured both the Republican and Democratic party nominations for the position in yesterday’s primary election.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Hoping to raise some dough for a car, Zack Blose took a part-time, high school job at a local pizzeria. Instead, it became the vehicle for his successful culinary career.
CLARION – As work continues on the restoration of the Brady Tunnel, the project continues to garner the support of Clarion County officials.
SLIGO – An agreement between the Sligo Borough Authority and Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Country Springs to connect its sewer line with the Sligo system is moving along, and the authority approved an amendment to the agreement at its May meeting.
LEATHERWOOD – It’s been 12 years, and the tractors (and people) are still coming. Tractor Sunday has exploded over the years in our area to the point that I can’t even walk around New Bethlehem without getting asked about this event happening at Leatherwood Church on May 26 beginning at 9 a.m. Read more